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Least Remarkable Song Series - #19

Last week I began looking at what I consider to be the twenty least remarkable songs in the history of Southern Gospel music.  This week takes a look at a song recorded in 1976 by the Sego Brothers and Naomi. 167 more words

Cheese Factor

Album Review: Waylon Jennings - 'Honky Tonk Heroes'

Waylon’s 1973 album Honky Tonk Heroes was his tribute to the songs of hellraising singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, who was new to Nashville and wrote every song but one. 507 more words

Spotlight Artist

Ain't No Sense in Wantin' My Life to Live Over

We’ve all said, “If I could just go back….” All of us have bones in the closet, people we couldn’t look in the eye if they walked in the room. 597 more words

Middle Age

I Love (My Version)

Of the hits Tom T. Hall had, two stand out in front of the others: Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine, and I Love. The latter would be the most successful single of his career. 185 more words

Tom T. Hall

Your Man Loves You Honey

In 1977 Tom T. Hall released the single “Your Man Loves You Honey” off of his About Love album. The album didn’t get the fanfare that Tom was used to the previous ten years. 1,416 more words

Life As A Guy

How our Music defines us

Different to my normal posts on Farming gardening and practical projects, I write this post from a sun lounger in Turkey on my Eldest daughters Bithday, 16 years ago today the Birth of Kaier would change my life forever but not in the way I had planned.. 566 more words

Life On The Farm

May 25 in history

567 BC – Servius Tullius, king of Rome, celebrated a triumph for his victory over the Etruscans.

240 BC – First recorded perihelion passage of… 922 more words